Blog » Month: June 2019

End of Year Teacher Gifts

Seriously – how quick is this year going?  It’s nearly the end of the school year already!  Children and teachers across of the country rejoice, whilst, lets face it – us parents are slightly terrified about the thought of keeping these little ones entertained for the next six-to-eight weeks! So let’s hear it for those…

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Could you help a young person like Beth?

Could you help a young person like Beth? She’s just had a huge row with her mum – things haven’t been good for some time now. Since mum’s new boyfriend moved in, in fact. It all ended with doors slamming and lots of shouting, and Beth throwing some of her favourite things into a suitcase…

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Prize draw for a Wolds Way Lavender Family Annual Pass

Win a Wolds Way Lavender Family Annual Pass You can win a family pass for 2 adults and 3 children, valid for the remainder of the year, value £81. Our unique family run Lavender Farm has evolved over the years to provide an amazing day out for all the family. Our Giant Games Maze, Nature…

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Coping with early risers from Sleep by Kate Johnson

In the second of her series of guest blogs Kate Johnson, Sleep Consultant shares her advice on how to cope with early risers (a problem in her house since the clock change!)  Kate will be covering a different topic on ‘sleep’ each month, please feel free to email your questions for Kate to answer. Since my…

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Spa at Alpamare – A Mumbler Review

Together with a friend, I was invited to visit the Wellness Spa at the Alpamare Water Park Scarborough. I have a good friend who I have dragged along to a few Mumbler related visits that she wasn’t that keen on, so I took the opportunity to repay her loyalty with a treat! Neither of us…

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Beach Cove, Hornsea: Review

Beth, one of our lovely Mumbler’s went to The Beach Cove and sent me a review for you all to read… Myself and a friend took our four children (age 2 to 4 years) to The Beach Cove at Hornsea Freeport, we spent approximately three hours there. Entrance is £3.75 per child (age over 9…

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Harminis Review

One of our lovely Mumblers popped along to experience Harminis today and here is her review of the class. “I took my two year old to Harminis, a lovely music class run by Kate. This is the first Harminis class we have been to and we felt very welcomed. The age range of this particular…

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10 Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day with the Family

Father’s Day is just around the corner and I’m sure every dad is looking forward to their special day. Hopefully, by then the warmer weather will be back in full force too! There are loads of great ways to celebrate Father’s Day in and around the Coast with the kids and plenty of special deals…

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5 top tips to help promote a good nights sleep with little ones from Sleep by Kate Johnson

In the first of her series of guest blogs Kate Johnson, Sleep Consultant shares her ‘5 top tips to help promote a good nights sleep with little ones.’  Kate will be covering a different topic on”sleep” each month, please feel free to email your questions for Kate to answer.   Hello! I am Kate, mum…

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The Big Forest Find

From birds and butterflies, to insects and plant life on the forest floor, help celebrate 100 years of forestry by discovering and recording wildlife in the forest. Your findings will help us protect and provide habitats, now and in the future. The Big Forest Find is England’s largest survey of forest wildlife. The animal and plant…

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LEAF Open Farm Sunday

LEAF Open Farm Sunday is the farming industry’s national open day. Visit a farm on Open Farm Sunday on 10th June and discover the world of farming. Find out about the story behind our food and how farming affects our everyday lives. It is a fantastic opportunity for everyone, young and old, to discover at…

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